New Movie Claims Tupac Shakur Is Alive and Well in New Mexico
2Pac: The Great Escape from UMC unravels an elaborate conspiracy involving secret helicopters and the Navajo tribe.
It’s among the most enduring rock and roll legends, alongside Elvis Presley allegedly being spotted in Kalamazoo, MI, in the 1980s or as an extra in Home Alone: the theory that Tupac Shakur is alive and well in 2020.
Las Vegas filmmaker Rick Boss is behind 2Pac: The Great Escape from UMC, a movie currently slated for a 2021 release. In the feature, he unspools an elaborate plot whereby a body double was gunned down in Suge Knight’s car along Las Vegas Boulevard on that fateful night in 1996, instead of the actual Shakur, who was in fact smuggled to a private helicopter at University Medical Center and whisked away to a Navajo reservation in New Mexico.
“This is not fiction,” Boss insisted to KTNV in Vegas. “This is…facts through certain people that I know.”
As for actor Richard Garcia, who plays Shakur in the film, he believes the rapper did indeed die that night in Vegas. “He’s gone but he lives on,” Garcia told the news outlet. “Like you said, like his mother said, he lives on through all of us and through our memories and through our hearts and through our tribute.”
Watch the news report below and draw your own conclusions.